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mobi Ý doc Diarios de motocicleta notas de viaje por América Latina 9781876175702 Free à moneyexpresscard æ The young Che Guevara’s lively and highly entertaining travel diary now a popular movie and a New York Times bestseller This new expanded edition featureEll known Latin American poetPhotos maps from the original journeyPostcript Che’s personal reflections on his formative years “A child of my environment”  Published in association with the Che Guevara Studies Center Havana This is not a story of incredible heroism or merely the narrative of a cynic; at least I do not mean it to be It is a glimpse of two lives that ran parallel for a time with similar hopes and convergent dreams At times I mourn the inadeuacy of the written word and how poor of an approximation it is of lived experiences And yet reading transports you to places and into minds you could never have known otherwise in any other way As I closed this book with a sigh and put it aside I felt strangely elated at having not only seen a little of that mysterious continent which we call South America but understood it in its tragedy and promise My fascination with the continent partly stems from the fact that I too come from a place having a colonial past and understand how important culture is especially when it dies and you are left with only a few architectural ruins to remember the glorious dynasties you were once a part of Ernesto’s journey through Peru his exploration of Cuzco along with those few pages dedicated to the reconstruction of Inca civilization perhaps were my favorites for this reason “The navel of the world” the world of the Incas in the Peruvian mountains the ancient civilization carved out in the heart of Machu Picchu now hot tourist attractions carry the blood of thousands of Indians—another group of humans who have been treated miserably by the world It’s funny the Eurocentricism that I find among my people not sad but funny as I read through this book and realized that there are races and cultures and countries and forests and mountains worth dreaming of about which we have such little interest and absolutely no knowledge But I digress Ernesto begins the most important part of his journey taking us through the “land of hospitality” Chile recounting several comic incidents involving never ending barbecues near escapades to its deserts and its mines the point where his narration takes on a kind of seriousness as he describes the living conditions of the miners and mourns the exploitation of those who give away their lives so cheaply suffocating in the entrails of the world It is at this stage of his journey that something hits him something we all know that would ultimately and irrevocably change him into “Comandante Che” But this book is not special merely because it is the future Che who is writing it but because of South America itself and all the places Ernesto and Alberto journey through Read it as a diary of an adventurer and it will still be great As far as Che is concerned well what can I say To say that the man fascinates me would be an understatement But as much as I think I am in love with all the romanticism and idealism his name evokes I have to admit that I cannot “know” him nobody can and what I think of him is what I want to believe of him To think of Che as a man is too depressing but to think of him as a mythic legend a hero of some folktale is something I can live with better “The person who wrote these notes passed away the moment his feet touched Argentine soil The person who reorganizes and polishes them me is no longer at least I’m not the person I once was All this wandering around “Our America with a capital A” has changed me than I thought” Ernesto on the other hand the young Argentine who went on this journey is someone else As Aleida writes in her beautiful preface I am in love with the boy her father had been and I envy his spirit which took him to journeys I can only dream of His narration is full of pathos and sympathy but sometimes has the coldness of pure scientific inuiry But then again his romanticism comes in full force and the prose becomes lyrical poetic even slightly excessive Anyway these notes read smoothly and the discordance you might find is forgivable considering the fact that their writer wasn't exactly a prose stylistPS I think the movie was uite brilliant I am a fan of Bernal and it was through browsing his filmography that I came to know of this book They did a pretty fantastic job of making a linear cohesive beautiful story out of these notes some of which are uite hurried If you like do watch the movie but only if you vouch to read the book as well There is something the movie doesn't give you and that is the narrative the inner dialogue which accompanied Ernesto as he traveled silently through South America If the movie gives you scenery the book gives you the right perspective to see it And my God what a perspective “My eyes traced the immense vault of heaven; the starry sky twinkled happily above me as if answering in the affirmative to the uestion rising deep within me “Is all of this worth it?”

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The young Che Guevara’s lively and highly entertaining travel diary now a popular movie and a New York Times bestseller This new expanded edition features exclusive unpublished photos taken by the 23 year old Ernesto on his jou I have always been intrigued by this charismatic utterly good looking athletic man who was instrumental to the toppling of the Cuban government and who is now largely forgotten remembered only as a mythological figure in legends about faraway lands Suddenly this May I chanced upon a biography of his in a book fair and grabbed it At that time I’d only heard of his name I knew he was some kind of revolutionary But nothing had prepared me for what was to come The biography tormented me for weeks on end and I spent days thinking about him It was traumatic for me And it wasn’t as if I was over sensitive to accounts of extreme violence bloodshed or revolutions or a sentimental weepy girl But I was not prepared to meet a man so deeply committed to the cause without bothering which country he was fighting forIt was enigmatic for me how Guevara born into an affluent family immensely good looking lively easy going friendly and with a prosperous future earmarked for him would later become one of the most determined daring and charismatic guerilla leaders Here was a compassionate man not only outraged by political social and economic injustice but also one who transcended nationalistic barriers the roots of which were undoubtedly sown in his travels through Latin America An Argentine who fought for Cuba and then instead of resting on his laurels for the rest of his life went off to fight in Congo coming to his end in yet another warfare in BoliviaSo now I didn’t lose the chance to read this little book I did not find it particularly useful in any way I’d looked for insights but I didn’t get any that I hadn’t already gained It did not entertain too well It wasn’t sloppy or anything but it wasn’t as extraordinary as I’d expected Of course I’d wanted some new revelation about his motorcycle tour through Latin America In that sense I was disappointed But then it was about Guevara and I eagerly lapped up every little detail I could like a star struck fan clamoring for every single gossip about her favorite celebrityWhat I clearly liked about the diary is that it was humorous and light hearted in tone but not flippant Che’s compassion showed through in his reflections on poverty and his accounts of indigenous people his awareness of the richness of a Latin American culture which though distinct in every country was as he realized very soon still bonded with each other through a common tradition and race The historical bits thrown in with his account were uite interesting and whetted my appetite for Latin America which Allende's Daughter of Fortune and Neruda had already aroused some years agoBy itself it is little than disjointed hasty vignettes of their journey in 1951 ’52 with his friend Alberto Granado on a motorcycle they called La Poderosa IIThe Mighty One punctuated by humor amusement and compassion – despite the lightness of the prose which is in fact uite charming in many places it is of little value in isolation It is obvious it was a personal diary not intended to be published Without Che being who he was these serve as nothing than a light hearted one time read Its appeal lies in the fact that this was one of those times that struck a deep root in Che’s mind which was later to prove crucial in making him what he was It was one of those little seemingly unimportant incidents that shaped his already conscientious nature It was not a turning point – rather it was one of the slight turns that happen in degrees imperceptibly that in the long run changed the course of his life and that of Cuba – it is well known now that but for Che Castro would not have had his landmark victory‘A Note in the Margin’ provides a comparatively deeper idea of what Che was and it was further sealed by the appendix at the end titled A Child of my Environment Speech to medical students 1960 It is clear that Che’s Hippocratic Oath came from the heart not from a book His speech elucidates what he considers the duty of a doctor and also throws light on his political viewsThe three stars are for the book – objectively The fourth is for Che – because I read this not as a travel memoir but as a way to understand Che In that young handsome 20 something lad I was seeking the sparks that were to make some youngster called Ernesto “Che Guevara” I read it in an attempt to gain insight into a man who has not been adeuately honored A man who was selfless to the very core A man who threw away his family his children his clearly prosperous comfortable life to serve an ideologyHere was a remarkable man who was as passionate and compassionate as he was intelligent; who was alive to the sorrows of the poor than he was to his own comforts He was determined and daring No one has affected me so profoundly before The fourth star is in his memory a mark of respect Despite this being a one time read for me I refuse to give an objective three star rating

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Diarios de motocicleta notas de viaje por América LatinaRney across a continent and a tender preface by Aleida Guevara offering an insightful perspective on the man and the iconFeatures of this edition includeA preface by Che Guevara’s daughter AleidaIntroduction by Cintio Vintier w Diarios de motocicleta The motorcycle diaries a journey around south America 1995 Ernesto Che Guevara 1928 1967The Motorcycle Diaries Spanish Diarios de motocicleta is a 2004 biopic about the journey and written memoir of the 23 year old Ernesto Guevara who would several years later become internationally known as the iconic Marxist guerrilla commander and revolutionary Che Guevaraتاریخ نخستین خوانش بیست و هفتم ماه فوریه سال 2005 میلادیعنوان خاطرات موتور سیکلت روزنگاشت سفر به آمریکای لاتین؛ اثر ارنستو چه گوارا؛ مترجم تبسم آتشین جان؛ مشخصات نشر تهران، حوض نقره، 1385، در 160 ص، نقشه، شابک 9647961332؛ این کتاب با عنوان «خاطرات سفر با موتور سیکلت» توسط انتشارات اجتماع در سال 1383 چاپ و منتشر شده است؛ چاپ دوم زمستان 1386؛ موضوع چه گوارا ، آمریکای لاتین، سیر و سیاحت سده 20 ما شربیانی